What is the temperature of a stellar nebula?


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2012-03-26 14:02:02
2012-03-26 14:02:02

Who knows,it can not be under 100000 degrees of it would support life.

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Yes.There is the Life-Cycle of Stars. The first stage is stellar nebula. Much later in the cycle is the planetary nebula; after the Red Giant, and before the White Dwarf.

The first stage of stellar evolution is nebula.

Stellar Nebula - Average Star- Red Giant - Planetary Nebula - White Dwarf Stellar Nebula - Massive Star - Red Super Giant - Super Nova- Neutron Star Stellar Nebula - Massive star - Red Super Giant -Super Nova - Black Hole

A stellar nursery is usually called a molecular cloud. A nebula is a generic term for an interstellar cloud of dust, gas and plasma.

it is not the it is a stellar nebula considering that there are multiple stellar nebulas in the universe. what a steller nebula is though is dust and such maing a nebula then when the nebula is strong enough to make a star is creates a prostar, then it is either a massive star or a non massive star. soon they will either turn into a super giant or a red giant. then either the star will explode or simply poof then either it is a white dwarf a neutron star or a black hole. the end

stellar nebulas are the birthplace of stars. 1st of the sequence in the lifecycle of stars.

The Crab Nebula is the remains of a supernova that was observed in 1054.It is the stellar remnants of a star that exploded thousands of years ago.I've not heard of it being referred to as a "stellar graveyard" but I guess it is because of the death of the host star.

Stellar is just like a birthmother that creates new stars, like a girls. NEBULA IS A BIRTHPLACE AND BIRTHMOTHER that also creates new stars but in a guys version

A planetary nebula is the "out blast" of a star that has died, at the centre of the planetary nebula will the the stellar remnants of the propagator star - a white dwarf.

A stellar nebula and some form of impetus.

I don't really know but the density level is 10.54

"Where stars are born.' is one correct Answer. Star Formations need Nebulous Sources.Actually they are mainly the remnants of novae or supernovae STELLAR EXPLOSIONS.

Crab Nebula:Pulsar wind nebulaSupernova remnantRadius of 5.5 ly6,500 light years awayOrion Nebula:Diffuse nebulaStellar nurseryRadius of 12 ly1,244 light years awayEdit: M1, the Crab Nebula, is related to the death of a star. The Orion Nebula, M42, is relateted to the birth of stars.

until the date is 420 and then the star moves to earth to get baked

yes because it is a star which is a burning mass of gases and dust

Nebula means "Cloud" in Latin.A nebula is an interstellar cloud of hydrogen, helium, plasma and dust. They are often called "stellar nurseries" because stars are "born" within them.There are many types of Nebula, some stars have nebula's around them when they approach the final stages of their lives as in Wolf Rayet stars.Diffuse nebula which are nebula which have no defining shape or boundary.Dark nebula are so dense that it obscures the light from the background(Such as the Horsehead Nebula),or that it blocks out background stars(Such as the Coalsack Nebula).Reflection nebula are clouds of dust which are simply reflecting the light of a nearby star or stars. Such as the Witch Head Nebula.Emission nebula is a cloud of ionized gas (plasma) emitting light of various colors. Such as the Eagle nebula.Planetary nebula which forms from the shells of stars when they transform into white dwarfs. Such as the Cats Eye NebulaProtoplanetary nebula which is formed from the rapid creation of a star via stellar evolution. Such as the Egg NebulaSupernova remnants, the remains of a massive star when it explodes in a supernova explosion The resulting expanding shell of gas creates a diffuse nebula. Such as the Crab Nebula.

A nubula is a gigantic cloud of dust and gas; mainly of hydrogen and helium gases.

A nebula, in general, is not particularly hot. They are usually visible due to embedded stars.

A Stellar Nebula is the dying core of a star surrounded by new stars. The dying core could be several different ages depending on what type of star it is and where it is on the H-R diagram. Red stars are the coolest, then Orange/Yellow (our sun), Then the hottest is blue. Another thing that comes to factor is how large the star was. Larger stars burn fuel faster then smaller ones and therefore have a shorter life. A Stellar Nebula is the first stage in the life cycle of a star.

Star of one stellar mass, red giant, white dwarf, planetary nebula

Star of one stellar mass, red giant, white dwarf, planetary nebula

When a nebula collapses under the right conditions it forms a star. Larger stars end their life-cycle as black holes. For more information try searching for "stellar evolution."

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